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Off-Topic / Re: Covid Vaccine
« on: April 14, 2021, 06:25:14 am »Message ID: 1354961
The first one we were great just a little sore arm, but any shot will make your arm sore.  The second shot we just felt tired but it when away. 

So are you saying that you did not have a sore arm after the second shot, or am I reading that wrong? I am getting a second shot this Friday. I had the sore arm after the first one, but no other ill effects.

Off-Topic / Re: DC Statehood
« on: April 12, 2021, 07:14:04 pm »Message ID: 1354884
Which Great Lake are you near?The thing i get with that is they look so much more impressive in person ill bet then on a map.Im sure its nice to view it so close by.Hopefully the water isnt too polluted like ours is here.

Lake Erie. It definitely looks impressive in person, it just pales in comparison to the ocean - but any body of water would. Pollution isn't bad, but we do get a lot of algae from the farm fertilizer runoffs.

Off-Topic / Re: DC Statehood
« on: April 12, 2021, 11:26:28 am »Message ID: 1354867
I wouldnt say i was a reg.Only been there twice and enjoyed our trip that revolved around playing golf.

Sorry some of your landmarks dont ring a bell.

The thing that impressed me most of OC is how it deserves its name.The Atlantic Ocean is quite impressive how it is AWESOME in appearance.

I say that cos i have seen how the Atlantic looks like from Atlantic City,NJ and for some reason the view of it from OC is just so much more breath-taking.

Well it's a big place with a lot of sights to see, so not a big surprise that my favorites are not on your radar. I think we've been there four times dating back to 2004 - twice when our older daughter was dancing, then had a gap of several years after one graduated and before the younger one got involved.

I agree on the impressive appearance. I live less than a mile from one of the Great Lakes - which is pretty great to see on a regular basis. But the ocean is so much more.

Off-Topic / Re: DC Statehood
« on: April 12, 2021, 05:55:24 am »Message ID: 1354829
Im with you,unless i go to Ocean City,Md and it affects my tee times.
You're an OC-goer?! Fabulous! It has become one of our regular go to vacation spots. We go every three years when our daughter's dance studio attends a national competition there. I've never gotten into regular golfing, but they do have a few nice min-golf courses there! LOL. Have you eaten at Phillips Seafood there? Huge buffet and hundreds of Tiffany stained glass hanging lamps?

Off-Topic / Re: Lil Nas X Music Video
« on: April 10, 2021, 05:49:52 am »Message ID: 1354717
To me, it just sounds like more good wholesome American values being portrayed. Let's put our focus on the racism of Dr. Seuss and evergreen trees and leave this artistic free speech alone.

Off-Topic / Re: DC Statehood
« on: April 10, 2021, 05:45:03 am »Message ID: 1354716
I don't care either way doesn't effect my life. 
It certainly would affect your life if it became a reality.
I stand firmly in the "Absolutely Not - Hell No!" column to DC statehood.

Off-Topic / Re: Baseball
« on: April 10, 2021, 05:41:05 am »Message ID: 1354714
And just that quick - it is gone again. What a quick season that was!

Off-Topic / Re: Happy Easter
« on: April 10, 2021, 05:35:23 am »Message ID: 1354713
Easter is the [son]light at the end of the tunnel.

Off-Topic / Re: Blog post role in SEO
« on: April 10, 2021, 05:31:36 am »Message ID: 1354712
Could I contact you for more information?
You can contact me for more information. It won't necessarily be about SEO, but I do have a lot of other information to share about other unrelated, yet somewhat similar, topics. But since this is really just a fake spam thread, I doubt you or any others would really be very interested in what I have to say...

Off-Topic / Re: Kamala Harris Has Not Visit The US-Mexico Border
« on: April 10, 2021, 05:29:11 am »Message ID: 1354711
She is making/taking lots of telephone calls on the issue. So it's all under control.

Off-Topic / Re: DMX died
« on: April 10, 2021, 05:25:18 am »Message ID: 1354710
No disrespect to him or any of his fans - it is always a shock to hear of someone that young passing away - but I never even heard of him before yesterday. Obviously if I was a fan of his style of music/entertainment I am sure I would know him and be a bit more shocked about it. It sounds like he had some demons, but that he was also trying to be a better person.

Off-Topic / Re: Prince Philip's funeral set for next Saturday
« on: April 10, 2021, 05:17:04 am »Message ID: 1354709
How sad for anyone.
I do not diminish the sadness - especially in light of the Harry and Meghan distraction. But I would also look at it from the other perspective. They had 73 years of marriage together. How many couples are blessed with that much time together? Not many.

Off-Topic / Re: How to write the essay in a short period
« on: April 08, 2021, 10:47:04 am »Message ID: 1354621
Writing essays is quite a complex and time-consuming process, which is why it is necessary to have certain skills and knowledge for quality writing. But if you have a hard time with this, then I could recommend the service, which employs professional writers who can quickly and efficiently create an interesting and informative essay for you. I used their services, so I say this from my own experience.

In other words, if you find things to be too difficult for you to do yourself - just lie and cheat and pass someone else's work off as your own. Those are some excellent morals and life lessons you are promoting there.

Debate & Discuss / Re: School mascots
« on: April 07, 2021, 10:58:42 am »Message ID: 1354563
Wow!! That's a new one on me.

Yeah, it was a school up there near oldbuddy country I think. Maybe he has some personal insight on it.   ;)

I guess some of the folks in the Pacific Northwest may just be a bit more woke than the rest of us when it comes to the inherent racism of trees. It is ironic that many of them might otherwise be referred to as tree huggers.

If you haven't heard the full story, a school formerly named for Woodrow Wilson (a racist President who was a DEMOCRAT - go figure) has been renamed to honor Ida B. Wells-Barnett. They were going to reassign the school mascot to the Evergreens, but it was decided that trees have a connection to lynchings, which would make them a racist symbol.
 ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) ::)

We have seriously taken another step toward absolute madness. If we are really going down this road, I believe that every single word, historical event, mascot, noun, verb, or adjective can by some stretch of the imagination be linked to racist undertones; therefore, we should ban anything and everything and should immediately stop communicating or interacting with each other in any way possible to avoid transmitting racist thoughts.

If we were to all become hermits wholly isolated from all other human beings - we might at some point be successful in stamping out the inherent and systemic racism that plagues every aspect of human life. Absent that, we are doomed as a species and will never reach the pinnacle of woke-dom. (Or it that woke-dumb).

Off-Topic / Re: cryptocurrency
« on: April 07, 2021, 10:43:10 am »Message ID: 1354562
I add money to it every month.
What are you doing exactly so I can possible jump in on it? Because I have Satoshi right now worth about 12 bucks and at the rate I'm going, in ten years, assuming consistency, I maybe may have only about a couple grand.

I think this is what teresa was saying as per her strategy. Just buy a certain dollar amount each month that you can afford to lose. That may be $5 $25 or $500 - whatever... and over time between the regular investments and the [hopefully] BTC value increases, you could generate a pretty nice nest egg.

I don't often have a consistent amount I can invest on a regular basis, but I am signed up to several earning sites similar to FusionCash that pay out in Bitcoin, so everything that I earn there goes into my crypto-portfolio. It starts out as small change here and there, but as the value of BTC increases, so does the value of my "small change" so that dimes and quarters are turning into dollars or more.

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